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time now for closing arguments. we want to go back to what pennsylvania governor ed rendell said about the cancellation of sunday's nfl game between the vikings and eagles due to that monster blizzard. >> it is an absolute joke. i was looking forward to this. this would have been a real experience. it's what football's all about. good lord, we're becoming a nation of wussies. >> so tonight we ask you, have we become a nation of wussies? too pampered to deal with a little bad weather? or is inviting tens thousands into that kind of weather too risky? tell us what you think. we've heard from of you on facebook and twitter tonight but join our conversation at the "nightline" facebook page or on the "nightline" page at abc n abcnews.c abcnews.com. i will see you here all week long. until tomorrow night, for all of us at abc news, good night, america. tonight on "jimmy kimmel
live." >> it's a good thing it doesn't snow here. could you imagine lindy lohan driving on ice? you have a friend who's a professional eater? >> he's not a professional eater. he's an extreme eater. he'll eat a steak, then the bone. >> is he a human or a dog? >> he's half billy goat. >> someone has been been leaving gifts with a note that says come from your secret santa." [ screams ] >> jimmy: definitely a partridge missing from that particular pear tree. >> i spent a lot of time in europe and paris. i lived in paris when i was 16. >> jimmy: who do you live with when you're there? >> it was one of those model apartments. not as glamorous as they sound. >> lo and behold, my cousin chris said he still having -- >> the temper trap. ♪ ♪ ♪ love don't change a thing
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>> jimmy: well, hello there, i'm jimmy, thank you for coming, thank you for watching. happy holidays to everyone. as i think everyone's probably heard about 30 times today, christmas is only ten days awee -- away, rather. awee? i just gave away what i asked santa for. now i don't get it, right, isn't that how it works? there's still time for last-minute shopping. which let me tell you something, ten days before christmas isn't last-minute shopping. if you are buying a birthday present ten days in advance, you'd feel like you're way ahead. why is ten days before christmas last-minute shopping? 6:00 on christmas eve, that's last minute. that's -- that's when i kick into gear, but here is an interesting holiday fact.
did you know the word "mistletoe" is derived from an anglo-saxon word, "mistle," meaning dung, and "ton," meaning twig. which means you're making out under a crap merry christmas. the things you learn from these words, you know? tonight after the show, we're having our annual holiday office party. this is where, traditionally, someone in, say, accounts receivable -- do we have an accounts receivable? something like that. this is the night when someone comes up to me and says, i work for you, you don't know me, and i say, hello, and they say, what's my name? seriously, what's my name? and then i go home. it's a lot of fun. [ laughter ] not as many companies are having holiday parties this year, or if they are, they are scaling them back. because of the economy, some companies can barely afford to buy enough toner for employees to drunkenly xerox pictures of their ass.
they're not gonna -- [ laughter ] debbie from hr is only going to be able to flash one of her [ laughter ] because they're cutting back. about half the country is covered in snow right now. in new york, it's so cold in new york, people have been flipping each other the mitten. [ cheers and applause ] oh, thank you. here in l.a. we try to pretend it's christmassy but it really isn't. it's a good thing it doesn't snow here. could you imagine lindsay lohan driving on ice? not -- [ laughter ] every year on the holidays, our local channel 4 weatherman fritz coleman does a segment called fritz's holiday lights. he goes around to houses which are decorated very nicely. well, like this one. at carmel mountain ranch. >> well, we have the gritton family here, we have their beautiful neighbors in this beautiful, beautiful spot here, carmel mountain ranch, stoney gate place. if you're down in the area. it is a multicultural neighborhood. we have santa, and santa is, what? >> jewish. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: and he seems delighted
to be there. i had no idea. santa's jewish. kind of makes sense though. who else would work on christmas eve? we're doing a secret santa here at our office. secret santa is when you pick a name out of a hat and you buy the person a gift. we have a security guard here at the show named adelina. adelina lives on a planet we have yet to identify. she guards the second floor. i'm right on that guillermo, right? >> yes. >> jimmy: here's adelina hard at work. this is -- doesn't know the camera is on her right now, but -- as you can see, she's -- an impenetrable wall. i feel very comfortable when she is the lion at the gate. but so, over the last two weeks someone here has been leaving gifts for adelina with a note saying, "from your secret santa." and we videotaped her getting and opening those gifts, because that's what we do. and, well, here we go, adelina's ten business days of christmas.
that's her station. to adelina, from your secret santa. what is this? huh. [ laughter ] and let's see what she got. oh. numb nunchakus. that's nice. [ laughter ] well, this is -- that, by the way, is the door i come through all the time, so -- all right. day two. big one this time. oh, look at that. a hula hoop. [ laughter ] all right, she knows how to work that thing pretty well. gift number three. giant underpants.
what do you do -- well, you try them on, of course. and dance around a little. day four. still has no idea what -- what the -- it's a fish. i guess -- i guess she doesn't like fish. day five. day five, ooh, krispy kreme doughnuts. delicious. [ laughter ] so delicious someone ate them on the way. but you know what? it really doesn't matter. as long as you eat the other side. this is day six. day six -- an inflatable guillermo doll.
which -- oh. [ laughter ] why not? all right, day seven. little bottles of liquor. hmm, smells good. smells like liquor. tastes like liquor. in fact -- they all kind of taste -- oh, my. i think she had -- [ laughter ] i don't know what she's doing if she's trying to fly with it or catch it or what. day nine's a big gift. and it's -- a human. >> merry christmas! i'm yours. >> what do i do with you? >> help me out. whoa!
merry christmas. and i guess we skipped the tenth day? we skipped the tenth day. and -- >> hi. >> you going home? >>eah. >> all right, let's go. >> i'm yours, remember? >> you're mine? >> yeah. ah, i wasn't expecting this. but you're mine? >> i'm yours. all right. um -- i'm taking you home. >> jimmy: and never mind the box. [ cheers and applause ] our security team. definitely a -- definitely a partridge missing from that particular pear tree. every night this week we've been helping to usher the holidays in by refurbishing the old animated christmas specials. i personally have been seeing
the same 12 christmas specials every day since i was a kid, so, to liven them up a little, we took some of "frosty's winter wonderland" and mashed it one a recent episode of "the maury povich show." and, here you go. holiday magic. >> we got daryl and chris back there, and we have given everybody a dna test and a lie detector test. to find out whether what chris says is true is really true. this is what he had to say, watch. >> i am totally torn between my girlfriend and my cousin. i don't know who to believe. chris and tangi had a relationship with her before i fell in love with her. i asked for permission to date her after they was broken up. he said okay. lo and behold, my cousin says he's still having sex with her behind my back, then he comes and tell me that my only son could actually be his. i love tangi with all my heart, but if chris is telling the truth, i can't be with her. the only thing i can trust today are those dna results. [ cheers and applause ]
>> jimmy: that's why frosty melted. his girl tangi stepped out with his cousin chris and it turned out daryl jr. was really chris jr. and it broke his snowy heart. next thing you know, the corn cob pipe was replaced by a crack pipe and that was that. "time" named their person of the year this morning. >> without further ado, who is "time's" person of the year? >> "time's" person of the year for 2010 is -- crystal bowersox. >> jimmy: wow, surprise. good for her. there was a lot of speculation that the person of the year might be wikileaks founder julian assange, the guy who leaked all the secret government information, but instead, it went to facebook founder mark zuckerberg, the guy who leaked all the secret personal information, so -- [ laughter ] "time" said they picked zuckerberg because he, quote, changed the way we live. thanks to him, while we used to
work during the day, now we play farmville and tag pictures of our cats so thanks, mark. he should be the "time wasted" person of the year. [ cheers and applause ] you can't argue with the fact that facebook is a very big deal. the creator of friendster today was named employee of the month at pizza hut. he's doing well too. for children. some of my fondest memories as a kid are crying hysterically because my sister got more presents than i did. it got me wondering what kind of memories do people who dress up in costume on hollywood boulevard have. in case you don't know, there are people that pose for pictures with young people on the street outside our theater. but they were young people once too. so, today, we asked our local neighborhood darth vader to share one of his fondest holiday memories, and surprisingly, the dark lord of the sith was very accommodating.
>> hi, darth vader here. and my favorite christmas memory, it was new year's eve and i just loved this girl tremendously. we were out drinking and got a little bit too wasted and it was my idea to try to propose to this woman because i had her right where i wanted her, sloppy drunk. and so anyways, basically, i talked her into it, over a few, few shots of tequila, and we headed out to this little chapel in vegas near the strip and walked in and got ourselves married. so, the next thing you know, basically, i'm waking up the next morning with a cheap gum ball ring on my finger and married to this 16 1/2-year-old. and boy were my parents mad at me, let alone the girl's parents. >> i am her father! >> so, this is darth vader
wishing you a merry christmas and a happy new year. that's my story. don't let it happen to you. >> jimmy: we won't. thank you, darth vader. [ cheers and applause ] and that's how luke skywalker was born. one more thing. the end of the year is almost upon us. tomorrow, we will name our clip of the year for 2010. we've introduced six nominees so far this week. tonight we name the final three. and they are -- [ cheers and applause ] flip-flopper.
[ laughter ] >> jimmy: you try putting a pair of those on your feet. basil marceaux. >> i want you all to vote for basil marceaux. i want you to say pledge allegiance to the republic in the morning when you come out and we all pray to god and say amen and everyone have a nice day. >> jimmy: i voted for him twice. ♪ sesame street [ bleep ] ♪ sesame street [ bleep ] ♪ what's the number for today ♪ i don't know [ bleep ] ♪ what's the word for the day ♪ i don't know [ bleep ] ♪ what you learn today ♪ nothing [ bleep ] ♪ sesame street [ bleep ]
>> jimmy: i guess he ran out of words to teach the kids. [ laughter ] tomorrow night we will name one lucky clip "clip of the year." on the show tonight, we have music from the temper trap, from "tron: legacy," beau garrett is here, and we'll be right back with mark wahlberg, so stick around. ugh, my sinuses... the congestion... it's your fault. naturally, blame the mucus. well, i can't breathe. did you try blowing your nose? of course. [ both ] and nothing came out. instead of blaming me, try new advil congestion relief. what you probably have is swelling due to nasal inflammation, not mucus. and this can help? it treats the real problem of your sinus symptoms, reducing swelling due to nasal inflammation. so i can breathe. [ mucus ] new advil congestion relief. the right sinus medicine for the real problem.
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>> jimmy: well, we've got quite a show for you on this fine winter's evening. with us tonight -- from "tron: legacy," which opens friday, beau garrett is here. beau is a female, by the way. with a name like beau, you never know, but i saw her in the movie and she definitely is. then, later, with music from, this is their album, it's called "conditions," the temper trap
from the bud light outdoor stage. [ cheers and applause ] i saw them in concert on sunday night and they were terrific. tomorrow night, jeff bridges is here, as is diddy and his band diddy dirty money. and also our announcer dicky barrett is getting his old band back together. is it called dicky dirty money? >> dicky: no, we go with the funky bunch. >> jimmy: the mighty mighty bosstones, the annual hometown throwdown. this is the 13th throwdown. they do it every year. house of blues in boston. december 26th, 27th, 28th. >> thank you, jimmy. >> jimmy: you can get tickets through ticketmaster, so -- >> dicky: thank you, jimmy. >> jimmy: thank you, dicky. you don't take a break. you continue entertaining. >> dicky: i'm a machine. >> jimmy: this guy works ten so for him -- >> dicky: solid hour and ten, though.
>> jimmy: our first guest is an oscar-nominated actor, who is now also a golden globe-nominated actor. yesterday his new movie earned six nominations including best actor. "the fighter" opens nationwide on friday. please say hello to mark wahlberg. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: you brought your own water? >> yeah. >> jimmy: all right. >> how are you? >> jimmy: what's happening? [ cheers and applause ] oh, yeah, that's right. you guys are -- fellow bostonites. >> he's been an honorary member of the funky bunch since 1991. >> jimmy: that's what he keeps telling me. i've asked him to strip down to his underpants and he never will. >> maybe tonight. it's a special occasion. >> jimmy: congratulations. i mentioned nominations. not only do you get nominations for "the fighter," but also for "boardwalk empire," you're one of the producers.
>> yeah, "board walk empire," best drama -- >> jimmy: pretty good morning for you. were you anxiously awaiting -- they announce these things very early, right? like 5:00 in the morning or something. >> yeah, i've been working every day so i was asleep and the phone rang and woke up -- our 11-month-old daughter's crib is right beside our bed so my wife was like -- >> jimmy: did she answer the phone? >> no, but my wife was not happy. >> jimmy: really? >> until i told her what it was and she said, well, next time, just tell them to wait. but -- >> jimmy: wow. >> a good call to get for sure. we didn't expect it. we fought so hard just to get the movie made and to get this kind of recognition is just unbelievable. >> jimmy: and the movie came out really great. it's a great movie. [ applause ] it is an excellent movie. tough to make a boxing movie -- because people shy away sometimes from boxing movies. >> and there have been many great ones and how do you make yours different. but we had a very unique story in irish mickey ward's story.
boxing is the backdrop but it's really about -- it's a family drama. it's about the things that he had to overcome and there were many growing up in lowell, living in his brother's shadow, his brother's drug addiction. >> jimmy: his older brother was a fighter who achieved some recognition. >> he fought sugar ray leonard, went the distance. right after sugar ray won the gold medal. >> jimmy: this is a real guy, too. >> oh, yeah. >> jimmy: i assume you know the guy or met the guy? >> i met mickey ward the first time when i was 18 and i've been a huge fan of his. if people ever said, who do you want to meet, i would say mickey ward every time. not only was he a local hero, but he was also a local guy. and if mickey could do it against all odds, certainly that would inspire you to go out there and pursue your dreams. >> jimmy: first of all, was he excited about the golden globe nominations? >> very, very. >> jimmy: and his family, were they excited about the way they were depicted in the film? because, first of all, it's like a little bit horrifying but
like the sisters are kind of hilarious in the movie. >> you know, the sisters are fantastic. they are very powerful women. his sisters, his wife charlene, his mother was their manager and promoter. that's why women are responding to the movie in such a positive way because there are such strong female characters in this movie. and yeah, it's got to be difficult for anybody having their life condensed into two hours and certainly, you know, there's a lot of lows and a lot of highs, but we wanted to make sure that they were comfortable and that a local person, myself, was going to handle it very delicately with white gloves, and, you know, they're very much like my family, you know. it's normal where we come from. dick, tell him, will ya? that's just the way it is. and the most important thing when it comes to that family, is it's all about love. we've all made poor choices but the love and the loyalty is unwavering. >> jimmy: it seemed like the loyalty almost went above the love in this particular family's case. but when you're in lowell, shooting in your hometown where
guys that you grew up -- did they want to come out to the set and hang out? >> they want to be in the movie. we were table to put some friends in the movie. >> jimmy: tell me the characters that were in the movie. >> well, the real e is always in every movie that we do. then brian, my boxing trainer. my nutritionist and athletic and bo cleary is the trainer. he was the one who beat up dicky, the cop, and broke my hand. and my buddy pauly campbell played boo boo, dicky's crackhead buddy. he never acted before. i said, we have to audition my friend. they put him on tape and they thought he was the real guy and he just did a tremendous job. and mickey o'keefe, the police officer/trainer, plays himself in the movie. and he'd never acted before and he did a fantastic job. we wanted to surround the actors with real people. and we knew the actors would help them feel more comfortable in front of the camera. >> jimmy: you have some friends in the movie. are there other friends that are very unhappy they're not in the movie? >> some of them didn't make the cut, others -- >> jimmy: did you call and tell
them? >> no, no. you know what, it's just -- it's never going to be good news. you try, you hope that everybody would make the movie. but you never know. >> jimmy: when they don't get invited to the premiere they probably have a head's up. >> we still brought them to the premiere. we had a premiere in lowell and in -- >> jimmy: oh, so, it was a surprise when they got into the >> i told them, sometimes things end up on the editing room floor. >> jimmy: did they buy that? >> no, no. but they still got paid so -- >> jimmy: you have a friend who is a professional eater, is that the correct term? >> nacho? how do you know about nacho? he's not a professional eater. he's an extreme eater. >> jimmy: what's the difference? >> well, he eats very special items. we were, his claim to fame now, we were at a golf tournament in new jersey, and joe pesci has an extreme eater friend. we're going to have a competition. this guy's like, you know what, he jumps in the pond, goes and grabs a fish, puts it in his pocket. i hit my final shot on 18, big
divot about this big. i told the caddy, put that thing in your bib. we brought it inside. the guy goes and slaps the fish on the counter. says, cook that, bones and all. guys eats the fish. i said, nacho. get the divot. he put it on a hamburger role. ketchup, mustard, ate the whole thing. he's a big guy. he's 5'4" but a stocky guy. but he has a very high pitch voice and he goes, holy [ bleep ], i thi i got to pass that astro turf. [ laughter ] and he -- he'll eat anything for money. he'll eat a porter house steak, then eat the bone. >> jimmy: how do you eat the bone? >> softball size ed wasabi. just gnaws on it. lobster, eat the shell after. >> jimmy: is he a human or a dog? >> he's half-billy goat. he'll admit it. >> jimmy: so your friend -- >> he's got a tattoo of a dorito right here.
>> jimmy: no. >> yeah, he does. i paid for the tattoo myself. >> jimmy: by the way, i don't want to give you any bad ideas, but if you can convince him to eat his own tattoo, that would be a high watermark. >> his favorite saying, cash is king. he'll do it. >> jimmy: so nacho beat joe pesci's friend, as far as i'm concerned. >> hands down. joe and them were like, don't eat that, dude. it's got chemicals and everything. he didn't care. what do they have to do to keep the grass green. >> reporter: christian bale plays your character's brother in the movie and he's phenomenal, he's unbelievable. is he crazy in real life? >> no, no. he's -- he's just very dedicated, hard-working guy. you know, i knew he would be perfect for the part. he's done so many great things in the past. and, you know, he's very much like myself. he doesn't do the whole hollywood scene. he's got a beautiful wife and daughter, and they kind of keep to themselves. >> jimmy: one of the things i love best is, at the very end of the movie, you go to the real characters, the real guys you're playing, they're sitting there talking and it's really kind of
astonishing how well you captured them because -- >> well, we had to do that. we wanted to do that for them anyway. but you also had to do that because the characters are so extreme that people think that we're just going way over the top or especially in christian's case, but that was a toned down version of those guys. dicky with all the mistakes that he made and throughout his crack addiction, he was still one of the most charismatic and lovable guys you would ever meet. >> jimmy: see, dicky, that's nice. >> dicky: movie. >> jimmy: oh, the movie dicky. >> oh, you got new teeth. i like that. >> jimmy: we have a clip from the movie. would you care to set that up for us? >> yeah, i'm finally going to -- dicky is in prison now, i got a chance to fight on hbo. it's the first time i'm going out on my own and i want to tell him he's no longer my trainer and my mother is no longer my manager and i'm going to go for it. i have an opportunity. i'm going to take it. >> jimmy: the movie is called "the fighter," it opens friday. >> i have to talk about that. >> what's your plan? >> i am not here to talk about that. >> yes, you are. >> you watch the fight and you'll see the plan.
>> hey, mick, you scared, you're embarrassed because you don't have a plan? we're brothers. just tell me. >> you got to run against this guy. let him punch himself out. take him to the body, right, get inside, switch stances like you're going to work his right him, hit him on the left. >> you ain't me. you can't be me. you had a hard enough time being you when you had your chance and that's why you're in here, all i'll fight sanchez the way i fight. >> jimmy: there you go. "the fighter" opens friday. mark wahlberg, everybody. we'll be right back with beau garrett. ♪ , [ female announcer ] tide with acti-lift technology helps remove many dry stains as if they were fresh.
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>> jimmy: hi, there, we're back. still to come, the temper trap. our next guest is the most beautiful computer program since, dare i say, ms. pac-man. you can see for yourself, in 3-d, when "tron: legacy" opens in theaters friday. please say hello to beau garrett. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: how are you?
>> i'm good. >> jimmy: congratulations on the big movie and all that stuff. beau is an unusual name for a woman. >> yeah. i've heard that before. >> jimmy: do you know any other women named beau? i guess there's bo derek. >> there is. but i guess my parents felt beau -- >> jimmy: your parents are here tonight. >> they are -- >> jimmy: i was just told a moment ago. that's mom and dad right there? >> that's them. >> jimmy: why did you name your daughter beau? >> it sounded like a good idea at the time. and she was supposed to be a boy -- >> jimmy: oh. >> and it was going to be luke and so why not beau, right? >> jimmy: why not just go with lou if you're going to go with beau? >> should we do that? >> jimmy: it's too late now. maybe you'll have another one. who knows. >> you never know. >> jimmy: your dad looks a
little bit like pat o'brien. has he been told that? >> no. who do you get? >> ted danson. >> mark spitz. back in the day. >> back in the day. >> jimmy: all right, we've had enough. of your parents. let's get back to you. [ laughter ] >> that's great. >> jimmy: how old were you when you decided you wanted to get into acting and that sort of thing? >> i was -- i think i was 22. i didn't really decide. it kind of fell on me. >> jimmy: how did it fall on you? >> i was living in new york, i came back to l.a. and my modeling agency told me to go out for this role for this show that may or may not make it but i was perfect for it, because i was a hippie. >> jimmy: you were a hippie? >> i did grow up in topanga. i do shave my armpits. >> jimmy: oh, you do? >> yes. i went out for this show, "entourage." that little show. "entourage." >> jimmy: that's right. >> and that was my first gig. >> jimmy: wow. and you were modeling from what age? >> 14. to about -- >> jimmy: how does that happen that a 14-year-old becomes a model? >> well, for me, it was strange.
i was at the santa monica mall and i was there for -- >> jimmy: it's always at the mall. and i was just standing around, this woman came up to me and asked me if i wanted to model. and i laughed and i thought that was crazy and i went home. my dad was like, do it, it will pay for your horses. >> jimmy: your dad was into it? because he -- >> i rode horses and it was expensive. that's how it started. >> jimmy: so dad essentially sold you to stables? >> he pretty much sold me. he's pretty happy about it right now. he's front row kimmel. it's good. >> jimmy: then, when you become a model, do you leave the country to go modeling? >> yeah, i spent a lot of time in europe, in paris. i lived in paris when i was 16. >> jimmy: really? by yourself? >> i did. yeah, it was interesting. >> jimmy: and who do you live with? when you're there? >> it was one of those models apartment, which are not as glamorous as they sound -- >> jimmy: they sound fine to me.
>> they probably do. you would have liked it. >> jimmy: i would have liked it. >> i lived there and -- >> jimmy: with other models? >> yeah, but i had my own little space and i was kind of like the mamma bear. >> jimmy: at 16? you were the mama bear? >> yeah, the other girls were a bit crazy and they liked to go out and party and i was kind of a hermit. >> jimmy: that's what you told your parents? >> i was. i was a hermit. i read -- i missed the whole high school experience, so i kind of just educated myself in paris. >> jimmy: and now you're in the "tron" and not only in "tron" but what is this suit made out of? >> i couldn't tell you. >> jimmy: you can tell me. i won't tell anyone. >> it's a bunch of -- it's a four-layer suit, so i had a corset first, and then i had a barrier, and then i had an electrical suit and then on top of that was the suit. the corset puts you in -- >> jimmy: was it hot? >> i was hard. it was a tough suit to wear. it was, you know, five hours to put on. >> jimmy: really? >> five hours to put on and hour
and a half to take off and nothing worked normally, you know, nothing functioned normally. >> jimmy: so this stuff actually -- there were lights on you -- >> you would light up. before a take, you would hear "light them up" and you hear ding and you look around, and everyone would be lit up. >> jimmy: they can't go back and light people up afterwards? >> he wanted it as realistic as possible. as i authentic as possible. sometimes one extra would have, like, a knee not lit and we would have to stop and fix the knee and go back. >> jimmy: you were like your own christmas decorations. >> pretty much. it was pretty incredible. >> jimmy: did it smell in that >> oh, my god. when i took that suit off, it was like death. >> jimmy: really? [ laughter ] >> literally, i felt so bad for costumes because they would come to my trailer. i'm so sorry. i'm so sorry. it was 20 hours. and you take it off and it's like the waft, you immediately -- you take the first bit off, you're just like, oh, my gosh, that came out of me. >> jimmy: like being back in france. >> it is. that was good. [ applause ] >> jimmy: well, congratulations
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>> jimmy: thanks to mark wahlberg. thanks to beau garrett. apologies to matt damon. we ran out of time. tomorrow night, jeff bridges will be here. diddy will be here with diddy dirty money. "conditions" is out now. playing us off the air with the song "love lost," you can see the full performance at jimmykimmellive.com, once again, the temper trap! good night! ♪